The Bulletin is published for the Luther Community by the Campus Programming Office every Tuesday and Friday when classes are in session.
Luther College Dance Marathon is a student organization on campus that strives to provide a community of emotional and financial support for the children of the University of Iowa Children's Hospital, one of the Miracle Network Dance Marathon Hospitals. Our big event is happening on April 18th from noon-midnight in Regents. We are extending our invitation to all students and faculty to join us on our big day! Visit Dance Marathon to register today!
Campus-wide cadaver lab tours. Students of Biology 368: Human Dissection will offer group tours of the cadaver lab from Wednesday, April 1st through Thursday, April 9th. Luther students, faculty, and staff are welcome to attend. To sign up as an individual or a group, write your name(s) on the sheets posted outside Sampson Hoffland Lab 153 or email course instructor Dr. Stephanie Fretham.
The Luther Art History Department welcomes Joni Kinsey, professor of art history at the University of Iowa, for her lecture, "Thomas Moran's Britain: Transatlantic Visions of the 'American Turner,'" at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 1, in Franklin W. Olin Building, Room 102.
The SASC Office has multiple work study positions open for the fall of 2015. Qualified applicants must be current, work study eligible Luther students, earn a B+ or better in the courses they wish to tutor, provide a faculty reference for each subject tutored, be able to communicate effectively with other students, and demonstrate reliability and professionalism. To apply, visit: SASC . Please contact Jenna Eichberger for more information.
The SAC Office has work study positions open for the fall of 2015. Students will perform basic office duties. Tasks will include: creating flyers using computer graphic design programs, knowledge of Google Drive, Microsoft Publisher and Excel, a willingness to learn Reason and Datatel Colleague system, and be willing to become a certified driver to run errands off campus. Stop by the SAC office for an application and more information.
Gratitude for Mary and Martin McAleese. We would like to invite you to write your own letter of thanks to Mary and Martin McAleese for their visit and what impact it had for Luther and/or you personally. The goal is to send a beautiful box to them filled with letters of gratitude and meaning. Please send all letters to the Campus Programming Office, Attention: Tanya Gertz/McAleese by Thursday April 2nd.
"Live each day, have fun and be a human being" is the motto that Esther Bauer decided to follow every day following her liberation from the Nazi party in the 1940s. Bauer will present the lecture "Living History: A Holocaust Survivor Story" at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 31, in the Main Hall of the Center for Faith and Life. Sponsored by SAC Leadership.
"Where There Were Many" a collaborative "growing" exhibit by artists Katie Hargrave and Amber Ginsburg, and Luther College Art 111 3D Processes students, taught by Joe Madrigal, will be on display March 24-April 29, in the Wigley-Fleming Gallery in the Center for the Arts. A gallery reception for the artists will be held from 4-5:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 30.
The Luther College Piano Quartet will present a recital at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 31, in the Noble Recital Hall of the Jenson-Noble Hall of Music. The program opens with Mozart's Piano Quartet in G minor, followed by Antonin Dvorak's Miniatures for String Trio, and concludes with Robert Schumann's Piano Quartet in E-flat major
Norse Cheerleading will host tryouts for the 2015 football season on Sunday, March 29. There will be a clinic from 9-11 a.m. with tryouts to follow at 1 p.m. All applicants will be expected to learn a short routine and two cheers. Applicants must also be prepared to stunt and show two jumps. For more information, and to print the application, please visit luther.edu/cheerleading. All male and female cheerleaders are welcome! See you March 29!
LIBRARY BOOKS ARE DUE! March 27 is the due date for books checked out from the main stacks by students before Monday, March 16. Books may be renewed once online or by bringing them in physically to the circulation desk if you have exceeded the renewal limit. The new due date is May 15. Click on "Library Account" online, then "My Library Account" in the upper right corner after signing in to see what you have checked out and when it is due
Are you majoring in a Social Science program and interested in a work-study position as an office assistant for the 2015-16 academic year? Interested applicants should see Heather Frey in Koren 323 for more information and to pick up an application. Application deadline is Thursday, April 2.
Free tickets are still available for all faculty, staff, and students not participating in the Messiah concert on Friday, March 27 at 7:30 p.m. in the CFL. Hear the story of Jesus as told by the music of G.F. Handel. Directed by Dr. Allen Hightower, participants include student soloists, Cathedral Choir, Collegiate Chorale, Nordic Choir, and Symphony Orchestra. Tickets available to the general public as well for $20/adult and $10/student. All tickets are available at the Ticket Office.
Seniors: Are you interested in furthering your education in advertising, journalism or communication? Iowa State University Greenlee School of Journalist & Communication will have a representative on campus on Friday, March 27 at an information table in the Union Lounge from 12:00-4:00 p.m. Stop by and visit with them. Click for more information.
The first 5 existing members to make a reservation will earn one hour of driving on one of your next reservations. The first 5 new members to join UhaulCarshare will earn 1 hour of driving credits, a Frisbee, and UhaulCarshare lanyard. Email email@example.com with your reservation time for your awards and more information about UhaulCarshare . Check out the Luther UhaulCarShare Facebook page for promos and updates on the car.
The Iowa College Foundation announces its call for proposals for R.J. McElroy Trust Student/Faculty Research Projects. Student participants must be juniors or seniors in the fall of 2015. Applications require dual authorship by the proposing student, or team of students, and a sponsoring faculty member. Maximum award is $2,000. Luther is eligible to submit up to 4 proposals. Internal deadline for proposals is Friday, April 10. Forms are available in Union 262 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Access to the Regents Center will switch over to card access beginning March 23,2015. The purpose for moving to card access is to limit the number of non-campus members using the facilities without proper authorization. It is important for us to manage who is utilizing the facility and equipment.
All of the entrance doors to the facility will be locked, except for the south entrance (while the building is open for community hours), and the ramp door by room 305, (8am to 5pm M-F.) Faculty, staff and students will be required to have their Luther College ID card to access the building from the doors that have card readers. The readers will be programmed to allow access during normal building hours for most people.
Starting on March 23rd, if you do not have your ID, please plan on using the south lobby entrance.